The Fibonacci Clock In The Classroom

The Fibonacci Clock In The Classroom

Here is an awesome story from England involving my Fibonacci Clock project. A few days ago I received a message from Mr. Elliot Malkin, a mathematics teacher at Churchill Academy & Sixth Form in Bristol UK . He decided to offer his 13 years old students some questions regarding the clock. They had to watch the videos, read about it […]

Fibonacci Clock on Kickstarter

Fibonacci Clock on Kickstarter

UPDATE: The Fibonacci Clock is now live on Kickstarter! I have 30 days to fund this project … head up to Kickstarter to support me! I present to you the Fibonacci Clock, a clock for nerds with style. Beautiful and fun at the same time, the clock uses the famous Fibonacci sequence to display time […]

Making a Fibonacci Clock

Making a Fibonacci Clock

Soon I will launch a Kickstarter campaign to fund the Fibonacci Clock project. This clock uses the Fibonacci sequence to display time using a colored tiling representation of the number sequence. The following video is the making of the clock, from woodworking to electronics. All the code and schematics will be published under the GPL […]

First CNC project

First CNC project

I just finished building a CNC kit from Shapeoko and started cutting stuff. I needed a simple project that would be a bit more challenging than engraving my name on a piece of scrap wood. I decided to give a try to the Wobbly Circle presented by Matt Parker on the Numberphile Youtube channel. In […]

Score Display Box

Score Display Box

A few years back I built a Quiz Buzzer System for my mother. She loves it but she is still keeping track of scores using a pencil and a piece of paper. I decided to fix that using an Adafruit Trinket microcontroller board, a 4 digits 7 segments display and two arcade style buttons. You will […]

Motion Detector Box

Motion Detector Box

The initial goal for this project was to build a project enclosure out of wood. I initially had no idea what project I would do with it. I designed the dimensions so that an Arduino could fit inside the box and allow for some space on top for a shield, some sensors and buttons. The […]

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